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HNews: An Enhanced Multilingual Hyperlinking News Platform

@inproceedings{Cao2011HNewsAE,
  title={HNews: An Enhanced Multilingual Hyperlinking News Platform},
  author={Diego De Cao and Daniele Previtali and Roberto Basili},
  booktitle={IIR},
  year={2011}
}
In this paper, we describe the HNews platform, a Web-based system addressing the general problem of aggregating and enriching news from different sources and languages. In the indexing stage, the news items gathered from RSS feeds or video streams are analyzed through Information Extraction tools. Their topical category information and the Named Entities mentions are recognized and used to create semantic metadata so to enrich the information available for each news item. Moreover, a robust… 

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